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Hans Christensen silver from the estate of Elisabeth Christensen

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0065
Overview 6 silver pieces by Hans Christensen.
Dates: circa 1950-1970

Erica Bello jewelry

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0083
Overview Two oxidized silver necklaces, one titled Emerald Trough necklace features ten oxidized silver bars connected by a trough containing a natural emerald. The other untitled piece is made of silver teaspoons and cotton string. The spoons create a silver cage that contains a spray of bay leaves. Ms. Bello created it during her time as a student at RIT's School for American Crafts.
Dates: 2013-2014

Sowon Joo jewelry

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0084
Overview The collection contains three pieces of jewelry designed by Sowon Joo a former student at RIT's School for American Crafts.
Dates: 2013-2014

Juan Carlos Caballero-Perez jewelry

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0097
Overview The collection contains two pieces of fine jewelry created by artist Juan Carlos Caballero-Perez. One is a large necklace with a center breast plate and the other is a hand-piece titled You and me.
Dates: 2001, 2007

Frans Wildenhain ceramic vessel

 Collection — Object: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0100
Overview Frans Wildenhain ceramic vessel consists of one artwork. Wildenhain was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1950-1970.
Dates: circa 1960

Hobart Cowles lidded jar

 Collection — Object: 1
Identifier: RITArt-0101
Overview Hobart Cowles lidded jar consists of one ceramic piece. Cowles was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1951-1980.
Dates: 1950-1980

Kanako Togawa glass panels

 Collection — Box: 1-3
Identifier: RITArt-0103
Overview The Kanako Togawa collection consists of three glass panels created using kiln casting, glass etching, and glass painting techniques. Each panel utilizes Japanese iconographic imagery including cherry blossoms and a red sun.
Dates: 2011